Newcastle’s next 3 fixtures confirmed

The next three games in Newcastle’s calendar have been confirmed as we face tests against Manchester City, Watford and West Ham United.

Newcastle’s first three fixtures after lockdown had already been confirmed as the Magpies take on Sheffield United at home in the league this Sunday, followed by the visits of Aston Villa and then Manchester City in the FA Cup quarter-final.

Of course, there’ll be no fans able to attend the game but with lockdown procedures slowly starting to ease, there is hope we may get to watch a game or two in the pub before season end.

All the Premier League games for the rest of the season are to be televised, so we won’t need to worry about missing any of the Newcastle games during the run in.

Steve Bruce’s side will host West Ham United at St James’ Park on Sunday 5th July at 2pm BST. That one will be live for you to see on Sky Sports.

Next up, we make the trip to Manchester to take on the Citizens for the second time in as many weeks – this time in the Premier League. This game will take place on Wednesday 8th July at 6pm – BT Sport will have the broadcast rights for that one.

On Saturday 11th July, Newcastle have the early kick off as we make the trip to Watford to take on Nigel Pearson’s side in a game that could have significance in the relegation scrap. You’ll be able to catch that on Amazon Prime.

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